[Defense in Brief] U.S. military to spend more on unmanned systems

The Pentagon plans to spend more money in the coming years on robotic systems and unmanned aerial systems, according to a recent report by the Bard College Center for the Study of the Drone. President Trump’s Fiscal 2018 budget contains a request to spend $6.97 billion for procurement, research and development, and system-specific military construction […]
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